Carl McColman

Spirituality:
A Post-Modern and Interfaith Approach to Cultivating a Relationship with God

Spirituality
ISBN: 978-0-9792451-9-0
260 pages
5.5 x 8.5
paperback
$18.00

July, 2008

Spirituality is a book about the spiritual life that doesn’t tell you what to believe. Have you ever heard someone say: “I’m spiritual, but not religious.” Or “It’s easier for me to find God in nature than in a church.” Or “I can’t limit myself to just one faith tradition: I see God in all of them.” If statements like these make sense to you, you aren’t alone. Today, more people are searching for spiritual experience outside traditional channels of religious faith. But even alternative or New Age spiritualities are often filled with dogma and prescribed notions of how to behave and what to believe. By contrast, Carl McColman’s book answers the question “What is spirituality, and why does it matter?” with insights drawn not only from religious

Have you ever heard someone say: “I’m spiritual, but not religious.” Or “It’s easier for me to find God in nature than in a church.” Or “I can’t limit myself to just one faith tradition: I see God in all of them.” If statements like these make sense to you, you aren’t alone. Today, more people are searching for spiritual experience outside traditional channels of religious faith. But even alternative or New Age spiritualities are often filled with dogma and prescribed notions of how to behave and what to believe. By contrast, Carl McColman’s book answers the question “What is spirituality, and why does it matter?” with insights drawn not only from religious

Or “It’s easier for me to find God in nature than in a church.” Or “I can’t limit myself to just one faith tradition: I see God in all of them.” If statements like these make sense to you, you aren’t alone. Today, more people are searching for spiritual experience outside traditional channels of religious faith. But even alternative or New Age spiritualities are often filled with dogma and prescribed notions of how to behave and what to believe. By contrast, Carl McColman’s book answers the question “What is spirituality, and why does it matter?” with insights drawn not only from religious

Or “I can’t limit myself to just one faith tradition: I see God in all of them.” If statements like these make sense to you, you aren’t alone. Today, more people are searching for spiritual experience outside traditional channels of religious faith. But even alternative or New Age spiritualities are often filled with dogma and prescribed notions of how to behave and what to believe. By contrast, Carl McColman’s book answers the question “What is spirituality, and why does it matter?” with insights drawn not only from religious

If statements like these make sense to you, you aren’t alone. Today, more people are searching for spiritual experience outside traditional channels of religious faith. But even alternative or New Age spiritualities are often filled with dogma and prescribed notions of how to behave and what to believe. By contrast, Carl McColman’s book answers the question “What is spirituality, and why does it matter?” with insights drawn not only from religious traditions, but also popular culture. Here the emphasis is on celebrating the many ways spirituality makes a powerful and positive difference in our lives.

Visit author Carl McColman’s website at: www.Anamchara.com.